NASA is reportedly investigating a UFO sighting during a torrential storm in Spain. Based on a video taken during the incident, a silver saucer-like vessel appeared during an electrical storm over a city

Footage of the alleged UFO was captured by Alejandro Molla during a storm in the city of Alicante. According to Molla, he was woken up by the loud thunders during the storm. He then decided to film the sky using his mobile device, according to the Spanish news outlet Agencia 6.

While recording the storm, Molla said he saw something in the sky that caught his attention. Based on the video, a fast-moving silver-colored object darted across the sky and disappeared into the clouds during the lighting storm.

Molla sent the footage to the University of Alicante to be analyzed by researchers. After going through the clip, the researchers noted that they also saw an unexplainable object in the video.

Molla noted that his video could serve as proof of the first real UFO sighting in the city.

“It is an honor to be able to collaborate with some images that could be the appearance of the first UFO in Alicante,” he told Agencia 6.

Shortly after the video was shared by Agencia 6 through its website, the news outlet noted that it had received inquiries from weather and UFO enthusiasts. But aside from these groups, the news outlet claimed that it was also contacted by NASA regarding the video.

According to Agencia 6, NASA wanted to obtain the original video in order to investigate the true nature of the object. The news outlet noted that NASA’s inquiries could be related to a similar UFO sighting that occurred in Wisconsin in July.

If this is true, then it’s highly possible that NASA is probably trying to identify the connection between these two events. It’s also possible that the two separate events were caused by the same UFO.

Despite these speculations, NASA has not yet released a statement regarding the reports made by Agencia 6 about the space agency’s alleged requests to investigate the original video.

Two airline pilots traveling over Arizona claim they were passed by unidentified flying objects while flying at over 30,000 feet in the air, March 27, 2018. Above is a representational image. PhotoVision/Pixabay